Marine Superintendent

Vancouver, British Columbia, ca
Company: Pomerleau
Category: Transportation
Published on 2021-04-16 07:05:18

We are Pomerleau. And you could be too.

Pomerleau is recognized as one of Canada’s leaders in theconstruction industry, in the institutional, commercial, industrial and civilengineering sectors. Clients benefit from our expertise as general contractor,construction manager, project manager and design-builder.

Pomerleau believes in delivering excellence. Every Pomerleau employee upholdsthis value, leading to the achievement of superior results in every sectorwhere we do business. Pomerleau: proud individuals who share a vision and arepassionate about what they do.



What YOU Will Do

As the Marine Superintendent, you will beresponsible for the field planning, management, and field execution of assignedmarine construction projects with the objective of managing costs, productivityand efficiency, while meeting schedules, safety standards, maximizing equipmentutilization and achieving client satisfaction. You will ensure all onsite construction is completed in full accordancewith plans, specifications and superior construction practices. You will provide personal leadership tocreate positive and productive relationships with all internal and externalparties in order to maximize the project performance and results.
As Marine Superintendent, you will:

  • Oversee and manage construction site operations on marine construction projects, while developing a positive environment for site teams to strive for excellence and succeed;
  • Demonstrate leadership in Health, Safety and Environmental Protection on the project. Effectively apply the requirements of the project specific safety standards to promote Pomerleau’s HS&E standards, applicable OH&S acts, regulations and codes with all employees and trade partners on the project;
  • Use your proactive approach to determine project materials are supplied and work is carried out in strict compliance with our first-class Quality Program;
  • Establish, identify, and hire on-site craft personnel, taking ultimate responsibility for their efforts and results;
  • Develops and maintains open communication with crews, trades, project team and clients to ensure project performance, safety and quality requirements are met.
  • Take a hands-on approach to leading, mentoring and walking with our team on site to support the project team;
  • Examines field conditions, corrects inaccuracies and implement cost saving measures;
  • Collaborate with our trade partners and consultants;
  • Develop and drive the construction schedule (including three week lookahead schedules) in conjunction with the project team ensuring that completion dates and milestones are met;
  • Put your problem-solving skills to work and recommend innovative methods that will increase effectiveness and efficiency to ensure project excellence and productivity;
  • Be a role model during coordination meetings with our clients and associated representatives;
  • Stay on top of workforce training for the site team and ensure all training is up to date;
  • Ensure that the project is built according to the approved plan, specifications, shop drawings, and applicable building codes and that all content is current;
  • Oversee the management of construction site inventory and work with our Logistics team to ensure accuracy;


  • What YOU Will Bring

  • At least 10 years’ experience working as a Superintendent on Marine construction projects;
  • A thorough understanding of Canadian marine regulations, international marine standards, and knowledge of navigable waterways; operational plans, following procedures and contingency planning;
  • A construction related certificate, diploma or degree;
  • A proven track record of project success and team collaboration on marine projects;
  • Strong knowledge of construction disciplines, safety regulations, scheduling, quality and cost control;
  • The ability to quickly identify problematic situations, identify possible causes, produce effective solutions and collaboratively lead a large team to successful completion.
  • A passion to develop, maintain and execute the project schedule;
  • Good computer skills and previous experience with scheduling software.
  • Why Choose Pomerleau

  • Competitive salary 
  • 4 weeks’ vacation 
  • Group insurance (including a health spending account!) 
  • Group RRSP
  • Employer paid monthly public transit pass
  • Fitness Membership or Activity Reimbursement 
  • Employee assistance program
  • Exciting training opportunities
  • Dynamic culture
  • Exciting career opportunities
  • Summer hours
  • What are youwaiting for? Let's build something extraordinary together. Apply now to join the team. We want to hear from you!

    We thank allapplicants, but only those selected for further consideration will becontacted. Be sure to join our Talent Network to stay informed about alljob opportunities at Pomerleau.
    Pomerleau Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Weare committed to providing employment accommodation in accordance with theAccessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. During any stage of therecruitment and hiring process, accommodation for applicants with disabilitiesare available upon request. 

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